journal on gender and mining

  • Women and Gender in the Mines: Challenging Masculinity

    This thematic issue is based on the two sessions on “Women and Gender Relations in the Labour Force: The Case of Mining, 1500–2000” that we organized in the Feminist Labour History Working Group at the 1st European Labour History Network Conference in Turin (14–16 December 2015) and in the Labour Network at the European Social Sciences History Conference in Valencia (30 March to 2

  • Gender in the Mining Industry ROAPE

    Feb 10, 2016· Even in societies without apartheid, mining is overwhelmingly a male occupation, especially in its core function of drilling into and moving rocks to the surface from deep underground. To some extent the gender imbalance may make sense. Underground mine work is particularly strenuous.

  • Is gender inequality mining’s ESG blindspot? MINING.COM

    Jun 23, 2020· Despite an increasing focus on ESG, mining companies are failing to consider the disproportionate effects of mining on women and girls, says

  • journal on gender and mining whitebull-steakhouse.de

    Mining activity, income inequality and gender in 1. Introduction. Mining plays a substantial role in the Australian economy, in which the export of large volumes of primary materials is a defining characteristic (McKay et al. 2000; Schandl et al. 2008).Australia is one of the largest exporters of black coal, alumina, lead, iron ore, uranium and zinc (ABARES 2010; Mudd 2010).Mining exports

  • REPORT: Is gender equality mining's ESG blind spot

    Jun 22, 2020· The report, entitled Gender inequality runs deep in mining, looked at the gender-related ESG policies and practices of 38 large-scale mining companies, from tracking and reporting diversity at the board level to measures supporting local procurement from women.

  • Women and Gender in Mining: Challenging Masculinity

    This implies that mining is a complex process with a labour and gender division that has been underrated and underestimated. More importantly, women became owners of rudimentary mills ( trapiches ) where the ore was processed, selling different amounts of silver to the Spanish authorities, making their living in this way.

  • A social relations of gender analysis of artisanal and

    (2020). A social relations of gender analysis of artisanal and small-scale mining in Africa’s Great Lakes Region. Canadian Journal of African Studies Revue canadienne des études africaines: Vol. 54, The Gendering of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining in Sub-Saharan Africa, pp. 17-36.

  • Gender Equality and Women’s Rights in Mining KIT Royal

    Why gender matters in the mining world All over the world, mineral production and mineral supply chains are recognised for their potential to catalyse economic growth and spur development. A growing body of evidence, however, suggests that current mining policy and practice can actually worsen gender inequalities if gender concerns are not adequately considered.

  • The gendered impacts of mining Oxfam Australia

    Oxfam is working to ensure that gender justice becomes a central issue in global mining sector reform efforts and that women’s rights are more progressively realised. Oxfam resources. Oxfam’s Tunnel Vision: Women, Mining and Communities, was a ground breaking report and one of the first globally to expose the gendered impacts of mining.

  • Gender & Society: SAGE Journals

    Sep 29, 2020· Gender & Society, the official journal of Sociologists for Women in Society, is a top-ranked journal in sociology and women's studies and publishes less than 10% of all papers submitted to it. Articles analyze gender and gendered processes in interactions, organizations, societies, and global and transnational spaces.

  • REPORT: Is gender equality mining's ESG blind spot

    Jun 22, 2020· The report, entitled Gender inequality runs deep in mining, looked at the gender-related ESG policies and practices of 38 large-scale mining companies, from tracking and reporting diversity at the board level to measures supporting local procurement from women.

  • Women and Gender in Mining: Challenging Masculinity

    This implies that mining is a complex process with a labour and gender division that has been underrated and underestimated. More importantly, women became owners of rudimentary mills ( trapiches ) where the ore was processed, selling different amounts of silver to the Spanish authorities, making their living in this way.

  • A social relations of gender analysis of artisanal and

    (2020). A social relations of gender analysis of artisanal and small-scale mining in Africa’s Great Lakes Region. Canadian Journal of African Studies Revue canadienne des études africaines: Vol. 54, The Gendering of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining in Sub-Saharan Africa, pp. 17-36.

  • Roles and status of women in extractive SAGE Journals

    Gender and Mining in Kenya: The Case of the Mukibira Mines in the Vihiga District, Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women's Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 1 23. Google Scholar Barnes, Lindsay (2006).

  • (PDF) The act that shaped the gender of industrial mining

    Auxiliary Battle for Mining Unionism ’, Journal of Women ’ s History, Summer 2006, 18, 2, pp 63. K. Lahiri-Dutt The Extractive Industries and Society xxx (xxxx) xxx–xxx

  • “Remember the women of Osiri”: women and gender in

    (2020). “Remember the women of Osiri”: women and gender in artisanal and small-scale mining in Migori County, Kenya. Canadian Journal of African Studies Revue canadienne des études africaines: Vol. 54, The Gendering of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining in Sub-Saharan Africa, pp. 177-195.

  • JEDM Journal of Educational Data Mining

    Aug 23, 2020· This study aims to identify effective affective states and behaviors of middle-school students' online mathematics learning in predicting their choices to study science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in higher education based on a positive-affect-to-success hypothesis. The dataset (591 students and 316,974 actions) was obtained from the ASSISTments

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  • Gender Role Transformation in the Oil Mining Industry in

    findings show that gender roles have been transformed as a result of oil mining. Additionally, oil mining has influenced changes in livelihoods for women but locals not aware of laws and policies dealing with gender in the oil mining industry. The paper recommends good will in implementation of gender policies and Affirmative Action.

  • Women, mining and development: An emerging research

    Nov 01, 2014· Journals & Books; Help However, by bringing together the diverse and currently rather scattered work on gender and mining in relation to development in the global South, this paper lays the foundations for a significant new research agenda that aims to place women at the centre of analyses of the extractive industries, whether as workers

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  • GENDER, DIVERSITY AND WORK CONDITIONS IN MINING

    Gender,,4 Swedish mining companies and surrounding mining communities face many challenges when it comes to social sustainable development. For example, a strong mining workplace culture and community identity can create both strong cohesion but also lead

  • Gender diversity and innovation in mining a corpus-based

    Nov 20, 2017· The purpose of this study is to gain increased knowledge about gender diversity and innovation in mining by analyzing how women are discursively represented in relation to these two concepts, and in doing so establish how diversity management is received and communicated in the industry.,The study is based on analysis of texts including references to gender diversity and innovation in mining

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  • The gender and racial transformation of mining engineering

    The Journal of The Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy VOLUME 111 APRIL 2011 217 The gender and racial transformation of mining engineering in South Africa One presumes that these were the people currently holding certificates of competency in those early times—no

  • Mining activity, income inequality and gender in regional

    1. Introduction. Mining plays a substantial role in the Australian economy, in which the export of large volumes of primary materials is a defining characteristic (McKay et al. 2000; Schandl et al. 2008).Australia is one of the largest exporters of black coal, alumina, lead, iron ore, uranium and zinc (ABARES 2010; Mudd 2010).Mining exports have grown from around a third to around a half of

  • ‘Not For the Faint-Hearted’: Women in Zimbabwe’s Mining

    Jul 07, 2019· Once a site is identified, the miner then must get an agent or approved prospector from the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development to peg out a mining plot for a fee of $350. From there, a certificate is issued. That costs another $200. Finally, the Environmental Management Agency helps the miner conduct an impact management plan.

  • “Remember the women of Osiri”: women and gender in

    (2020). “Remember the women of Osiri”: women and gender in artisanal and small-scale mining in Migori County, Kenya. Canadian Journal of African Studies Revue canadienne des études africaines: Vol. 54, The Gendering of Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining in Sub-Saharan Africa, pp. 177-195.

  • Women, mining and development: An emerging research

    Nov 01, 2014· Journals & Books; Help However, by bringing together the diverse and currently rather scattered work on gender and mining in relation to development in the global South, this paper lays the foundations for a significant new research agenda that aims to place women at the centre of analyses of the extractive industries, whether as workers

  • Gender diversity and innovation in mining a corpus-based

    Nov 20, 2017· The purpose of this study is to gain increased knowledge about gender diversity and innovation in mining by analyzing how women are discursively represented in relation to these two concepts, and in doing so establish how diversity management is received and communicated in the industry.,The study is based on analysis of texts including references to gender diversity and innovation in mining

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  • Gender Role Transformation in the Oil Mining Industry in

    findings show that gender roles have been transformed as a result of oil mining. Additionally, oil mining has influenced changes in livelihoods for women but locals not aware of laws and policies dealing with gender in the oil mining industry. The paper recommends good will in implementation of gender policies and Affirmative Action.

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  • The gender and racial transformation of mining engineering

    The Journal of The Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy VOLUME 111 APRIL 2011 217 The gender and racial transformation of mining engineering in South Africa One presumes that these were the people currently holding certificates of competency in those early times—no

  • Mining activity, income inequality and gender in regional

    1. Introduction. Mining plays a substantial role in the Australian economy, in which the export of large volumes of primary materials is a defining characteristic (McKay et al. 2000; Schandl et al. 2008).Australia is one of the largest exporters of black coal, alumina, lead, iron ore, uranium and zinc (ABARES 2010; Mudd 2010).Mining exports have grown from around a third to around a half of

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  • Mining Minerals Sustainable Development Southern Africa

    • The issue of gender and mining in all its facets is under-researched. There is a need for greater research attention to be paid to the race and gender dimensions of the mining industry, the health and safety implications for women working underground, and a need for baseline data on gender and mining in the SADC region.

  • Analyzing gender inequality through large-scale Facebook

    Jul 03, 2018· We present the Facebook Gender Divide, an inexpensive, real-time instrument for measuring gender differences in Facebook access and activity in 217 countries. The Facebook Gender Divide captures standard indicators of Internet penetration and gender equality indices in education, health, and economic opportunity. We find that the tendency of countries to approach economic gender

  • ‘Not For the Faint-Hearted’: Women in Zimbabwe’s Mining

    Jul 07, 2019· Once a site is identified, the miner then must get an agent or approved prospector from the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development to peg out a mining plot for a fee of $350. From there, a certificate is issued. That costs another $200. Finally, the Environmental Management Agency helps the miner conduct an impact management plan.

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  • Women and Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining (ASM)

    • Promoting gender equality in the ASM sector can maximize social and economic development and help reduce poverty. • While women’s involvement in ASM is greater than other mining indus-tries, women’s roles are concentrated in lower-level supporting roles rather than in managerial or ownership roles. • Gender-neutral ASM assistance

  • SA Journal of Human Resource Management

    Although well intended, the establishment of gender equality in the male-dominant mining sector remains one of the biggest equity challenges in the country and numerous problems (such as shift work, sexual harassment, acceptance by male co-workers, physical constraints, challenges related to infrastructure facilities and pregnancy) accompany

  • Journal of Big Data Home page

    Oct 06, 2020· The Journal of Big Data publishes high-quality, scholarly research papers, methodologies and case studies covering a broad range of topics, from big data analytics to data-intensive computing and all applications of big data research. The journal examines the challenges facing big data today and going forward including, but not limited to: data capture and storage; search, sharing, and

  • Women in mining: Legislation and representation for women

    The mining industry is a male domain (2) men dominate the industry, while women’s participation in mining continues to be minimal.(3) This is not purely for social reasons, such as stereotypes the participation of women in this sector has even been discouraged through legislation. For instance, in South Africa, legal barriers prevented women from working underground,(4) for example, by

  • Let's talk about: Women in the Mining Industry Worldwide

    The study ‘Mining for Talent,’ published early in 2013 and conducted by Women in Mining (UK) and Price-Waterhouse Coopers, stated that the mining industry has the lowest number of women on company boards of any industry group worldwide. South Africa is one country which is leading the rest in terms of employing women in the mining and